Gallery Sketches: Four shows in Denver for the weekend of July 18-20

Jaime Molina at Super Ordinary.
This weekend's openings are in a range of venues, everything from project spaces in living rooms and storefronts to boutiques to tried-and-true co-ops. And just as the galleries themselves scream variety, so do the shows.

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Brian Kokoska: Not My Pumpkin
July 18 - August 24

Opening reception: 7 to 11 p.m. Friday, July 18

Adam Milner and Jeromie Dorrance bring New York artist Brian Kokoska to Denver for an installation of paintings and night lights in the living-room gallery, Dateline. Also on tap: a limited-edition book release of the same name (incidentally, lifted from an episode of the sitcom Moesha) with text from Gerardo Contreras of Mexico City's Preteen Gallery. An excerpt:

VII. Wow you great labor of the azure, you cyclone-tossed thunderous storms of Buenos Aires! Yeah man, as I descend in the profundities of your bleakness, mine torment is but as the smirk on the lips of a sleeping dog. Machine wash.

It's also a farewell of sorts for Milner, who's taking off for grad school at Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh.

Continue reading for more gallery openings.

Location Info



3004 Larimer St., Denver, CO

Category: General

Pirate: Contemporary Art

3655 Navajo St., Denver, CO

Category: General

Carmen Wiedenhoeft Gallery

3542 Walnut St., Denver, CO

Category: General

Super Ordinary

3550 Brighton Blvd., Denver, CO

Category: General

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